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Hi Guys! I am working in an organization and recently the network administrator has disabled all the usb drives on all the computers on the network( for so called secuity ...
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    Unhappy USBz disabled by network admin?


    Hi Guys!

    I am working in an organization and recently the network administrator has disabled all the usb drives on all the computers on the network( for so called secuity ). I had some important data on my pc that i wanted to take on my usb. Can anybody plz tell me a way around.

    Thanks

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    I think the best way forward for you would be to discuss this issue with your system administrator and see if there is a way to get your data from the PC. Circumventing or bypassing security can get you into a lot of trouble especially if it breaches some sort of company policy.

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    I agree with daark.child. We can't help you in this matter and you should ask your System Administrator only.
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